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New France, 1632, by Samuel de Champlain
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New France
1632, by Samuel de Champlain

Champlain first incorporated the Ocean Glacial into his map of New France in 1616, and later again in this 1632 map. So strong was the French conviction in the passage that it remained a part of their North American cartographic tradition for the next 150 years.



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